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Can We Be Pro-life and Pro-contraception?
Scott Lloyd — The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly — Summer, 2015
The Dilemma of the Catholic Citizen
The Most Reverend Mark J. Seitz — The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly — Winter, 2010
Commercial Markets Created by Abortion
Victoria Evans — Ethics and Medics — Volume 35, Number 8 — August, 2010
Statement on Early Induction of Labor
The Ethicists of the National Catholic Bioethics Center — February 2013 (Rev. 2015)
On the Morality of Risk-Reducing Surgery
Timothy P. Collins, M.D. — The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly — Spring, 2015
Thinking about Donating Your Eggs?
Jennifer Lahl, R.N., and Manuel Acuna — Also: The Moral Morass around IVF — Rev. Thomas Berg, L.C., Ph.D. — Ethics and Medics Volume 33, Number 11 — November, 2008
The Magisterium and Human Origins
Earl Muller, S.J. — The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly — Autumn, 2003
The Morality of Artificial Womb Technology
David T. Reiber — The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly — Autumn, 2010
Collaboration with Non-Catholic Entities
Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith — Issued March 2014 — Reprinted, with permission, by the NCBC — The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly — Summer, 2014
The Moral Fonts of Action and Decision Making
Peter J. Cataldo — Catholic Health Care Ethics: A Manual for Practitioners (Second Edition) — © 2009, The National Catholic Bioethics Center
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